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Apl An Array Oriented Programming Language Bfbc

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Unit 7 Assignment 1 Vector Addition: Apl An Array Oriented Programming Language Bfbc

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APL was invented by Ken Iverson in the early 1960s as a notation for array oriented calculations. It was precise and useful enough so it was implemented as a programming language one of the old Autor A KalebergAPL is an array oriented programming language which means its good for manipulating vectors matrices and other kinds of arrays. APL has many interesting characteristics among them is its syntax which uses non ASCII characters .Autor Luis Diego FallasAPL (programming Language) APL (named after the book A Programming Language) is an interactive array-oriented language and integrated development environment which is available from a number of commercial and noncommercial vendors and for most computer platforms.

APL is a programming language developed in the 1960s by Kenneth E. Iverson. Its central datatype is the multidimensional array. It uses a large range of special graphic symbols to represent most functions and operators leading to very concise code. It has been an important influence on the development of concept modeling spreadsheets functional programming and computer math packages. It has also Designed by Kenneth E. IversonParadigm Array functional structured modularDeveloper Larry Breed graphic Lathwell Roger Moore First appeared November 27 1966 52 years agoAPL (A Programming Language) was first a mathematical notation developed by Kenneth E. Iverson in 1962. It was part of the book A Programming Language that he published when working at IBM.Autor Nick SchraderStatas matrix programming language Mata supports array programming. Below we ilgraphicrate addition multiplication addition of a matrix and a scalar element by element multiplication subscripting and one of Matas many inverse matrix functions.


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